CORE breakfast seminars and workshops provide a bite sized piece of professional learning to kick start your day.
Coming breakfast seminars and workshops
This seminar will explore the drivers behind the move towards modern learning environments, provide examples of innovative learning environments, and consider the research into powerful learning that informs design. Mark will demonstrate how teachers can begin using these ideas immediately. THIS SEMINAR IS NOW FULL.
In this presentation Rose Hipkins will introduce the sociocultural concept of “opportunities to learn”, linking this to the NZC learning-to-learn principle, and beyond that to the key competencies. She will introduce a new data-gathering tool that has been used in recent research projects, and discuss the ways it could be used to support teaching as inquiry.
This breakfast seminar will introduce you to the benefits of developing a professional learning network (PLN) to support your teaching as inquiry journey. Anne will share examples of the way in which educators have taken their professional learning to new levels by connecting, communicating, and collaborating with others on a similar path. She will introduce the coming Connected Educator Month, and tempt you to launch into ‘connectedness'. The seminar will be followed by a workshop that will enable attendees to extend and practice the learnings from the seminar.
In this seminar you will be introduced to the theories and practices of critical literacy as featured in Susan’s book Planting seeds: Embedding critical literacy into your classroom programme.
This seminar will explore ways to enable schools to create environments that empower Pasifika students to be who and what they are. We will discuss several avenues of support for school leaders and teachers, as well as how e-learning can be used as a vehicle to raise engagement and achievement. The seminar will be followed by a workshop.
This session will explore how we can design inquiry-based professional learning, weaving in digital technologies, to create increasingly inclusive and personalised learning opportunities for staff. Karen will ground this session in what we know ‘works’ in terms of teacher professional learning and illustrate how digital technologies provide opportunities to create rich avenues for learning.
This seminar will explore the drivers behind the move towards modern learning environments, provide examples of innovative learning environments, and consider the research into powerful learning that informs design. Mark will demonstrate how teachers can begin using these ideas immediately.
In this breakfast seminar Derek will explore some of the practical ways in which we can ensure our curriculum has a future focus, emphasising how we can support learners to recognise that they have a stake in the future, and a role and responsibility as citizens to take action to help shape that future.
Sean Lyons will demonstrate in this Breakfast seminar NetSafe’s role in Digital Citizenship in New Zealand, internet apprenticeship, the truth about young people’s online lives, the theory of supporting safety through Digital Citizenship… Learn. Guide. Protect, …and the practice… NetSafe Kit for schools.